Meditation For Levitation
From the dictionary, levitation can be defined as the process in which a body or object is able to float in the air without any mechanical or physical support. It is scientifically explained to be accomplished through an upward force that opposes the force of gravity. Meditation for levitation does not involve floating in liquids because they are said to provide support to the floating object.
In a study carried out to explain how levitation happens, it was proved that some yoga and meditation masters are able to levitate. They levitate with the help of special powers called the siddhis’ powers. These powers were named after frogs as some frogs are able to jump and suspend themselves in air for a moment.
HOW DOES ONE POSSES THE POWERS OF LEVITATION?
It is proved that when a person takes the meditation process more often and progressively, he possesses the powers of levitation naturally. To learn levitation one has to be familiar with their body and inner energy. It can start by as simple as using the simple meditating techniques like mindfulness which is done when one is seated.
It is also advisable for one to know all the various vayus within the body as the vayus are responsible for governing movements of the body. By knowing all these vayus forces it possible for one to understand better the levitation forces.
Body Vayus: Meditation For Levitation
The body has around five vayus. Prana vayus is the vayu that draws inner energy and it is majorly responsible for managing the breathing and swallowing.
The second vayu is the vyana vayu which is responsible for overall body movement. Samana vayu is capable of drawing energy towards the center which is responsible for metabolism together with digestion. The Apana vayu is responsible for driving out the energy and it helps in reproduction and elimination of energy. The last vayu is the udana vayu which is responsible for upward energy movement and it is responsible for exhalation and growth.
How to know that you are Ready for Levitation
For one to be able to levitate, he has to be able to understand the force of udana which is responsible for the upward movement of energy. This force is found in the throat and stretches all the way to the top of the head. Since the energy is responsible for upwards movement it is the one needed for levitation to occur. For one to master and be able to levitate he has to be consistent and practice yoga techniques as well as the other meditation techniques. It also incorporates the mind power to move different energy that we possess in visualizing and controlling the breathing process.
HOW TO MAKE LEVITATION POSSIBLE
Make meditation practices short but very successful. A one-minute meditation per day is better off than a one-hour meditation twice or thrice a day. This will keep the meditation to be more fruitful as one is able to concentrate better in a minute than in one hour. Also for meditation to be successful it is good for one to set intention and goals for meditation that he wants to achieve by the end of the day.
This makes one master all the forces and energy in his inner self. Lastly, it is good to go through this process if it is coming straight from the heart. This ensures that the meditator enjoys and loves it.